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  • Tyler Carroll

    [Classroom Idea] Represent each student by a different clothespin on the behavior chart. Especially useful for the younger grades. :) I can see this being useful in high school setting as well.

  • Helen Fitzpatrick

    Behavior Clip Chart #Charts #ClipCharts #ClassroomManagment #Teaching #Teach

  • MaryBeth Olds

    classroom management - clip chart

  • Erin Chubbuck

    Great idea for classroom behavior management - behavior clip chart

  • Alivia Maus

    I have loved using the clip chart this school year! PBIS behavior chart

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